|Date:||Fri, 29 Feb 2008 14:40:37 +0900|
On Tues 26th Feb Ken Baker & I were treated to the sight of well over 1000 WTNTs at Pottsville, south of Tweed Heads NSW.|
The flock ranged from only a few hundred feet high, with hundreds of birds flying below tree level. As we drove through the flock, many birds swooped below eye level!
A truly exhilarating sight.
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